|Country|| Byzantine Empire (before 1204)
Despotate of Epirus (after 1204)
The Progon family (Albanian: Progoni) established the first Albanian state, the Principality of Arbër, which fell under the influence of the Byzantine Empire, the Despotate of Epirus and the Kingdom of Serbia. Progon, the founder, held the title of archon (lord), while one of his sons, Dimitri, held the title of panhypersebastos. The family had a considerable degree of autonomy.
The family disappears in historical sources after 1216, following the death of Dimitri.